|Kappa Delta Kappa|
|Founded||November 22, 1938|
|Motto||"A bond that will not falter as the years go by."|
|Colors||Green and Gold|
|Flower||Yellow Talisman Rose|
|Website||Kappa Delta Kappa homepage|
The first meeting of Kappa Delta Kappa was held on November 22, 1938, in the South Hall dormitory (now Musser Hall) of Ursinus College. It was established as a social organization that would "create a closer tie between the alumni and the undergraduate women, and to provide a group which will cooperate toward the advancement of Ursinus College." Its founders were:
- Claire Borrell - President
- Dorothy Cullen - Vice President
- Elizabeth Funk - Recording Secretary
- Jean Clawson - Treasurer
- Lucia Citta - Corresponding Secretary
- Blanche Schultz - Chaplain
Membership in Kappa Delta Kappa is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors at Ursinus College who are non-male identifying genders. It accepts women of any race, sexual orientation, or religion.
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- "Greek Organizations". Urinus College. Retrieved July 28, 2023.